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List of tests

  • Prøve i Dansk 1 (with an average score of 6 or higher on the Danish 13-point scale, or 02 on the Danish seven-point scale) 1
  • Prøve i Dansk 2 (with an average score of 6 or higher on the Danish 13-point scale, or 02 on the Danish seven-point scale) 1
  • Prøve i Dansk 3 (with an average score of 6 or higher on the Danish 13-point scale, or 02 on the Danish seven-point scale) 1
  • The study test called studieprøven with a grade average of at least 6 (on the Danish 13 point grading scale) or 02 (on the Danish 7 point grading scale) in each of the four tests 
  • 9th or 10th grade final exams with a grade average of at least 6 (on the Danish 13 point grading scale) or 02 (on the Danish 7 point grading scale) in the Danish disciplines, except for conduct.
  • Proof of passed Danish ‘gymnasium’ final exams (STX, HF, HHX, HTX).
  • Højere Forberedelseseksamen (HF): Danish or Danish as a second language  with a grade average of at least 6 (on the Danish 13 point grading scale) or 02 (on the Danish 7 point grading scale)
  • Almen voksenuddannelse (avu): Danish as a second language level G, Danish as a second language level D, Danish level G eller Danish level D with a grade average of at least 6 (on the Danish 13 point grading scale) or 02 (on the Danish 7 point grading scale)
  • Proof of passed General Preparatory Examination (almen forberedelsesekamen – avu). 
  • Passed FVU reading exam (level 2, 3 or 4)
  • Provide completion certificate for basic level (grundforløbsbevis) or, in the case of a partially completed basic level, a transcript indicating completed courses and exams, as well as term grades or exam grades of at least 6 (on the Danish 13 point grading scale) or 02 (on the Danish 7 point grading scale) in Danish levels A-F.
  • The Danish language test 3 at the study school in Copenhagen or Odense or Århus Kommunes Sprogcenter.
  • Proof of following a higher educational program at a university, university college (e.g. business school, nursing college or teacher training college) etc., unless the program was not taken in Danish.

Previous tests which still qualify

  • Almenprøve 1 and 2, taken at a language centre, with an average grade of at least 6..
  • Danskprøve 2, taken at a language centre, (known as Studieprøven from 2002).
  • Profiltest, taken at a language centre, with an average grade of at least 3..
  • Erhvervsforberedende prøve (ERH), taken at a language centre, passed with an average grade of at least 6 or B.
  • Voksenuddannelsesforberedende prøve (VUF), taken at a language centre, passed with an average grade of at least 6 or B.
  • Danish as a second language, level 1, Dansk level 1 or Dansk level 2 as part of an avu programme.

1 When calculating the average grade for Prøve i Dansk 1, Prøve i Dansk 2 and Prøve i Dansk 3, the oral communication grade is doubled.